By Craig Dietrich In modern times as Chinese came into increasing contact with the outside world, they used several terms to refer to foreigners. These words reflect core cultural ideas, political climate, and degrees of familiarity. One cardinal Chinese cultural distinction is nei-wai (inner-outer) or zhong-wai (central-peripheral). Nei-wai, for example, is used to talk aboutContinue reading “In China, you are “old””
Dear CAFAM members, More Chinese offerings at the Institute for International Studies in Portland.
Dear CAFAM members, The Institute for International Studies in Portland will offer two one-week Chinese language and culture camps for young people 12 and up.